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2011Does the environment moderate the impact of a mass media campaign to promote walking?Bauman, Adrian; Gebel, Klaus; Leyden, Kevin M.; Reger-Nash, Bill; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public HealthDoes the environment moderate the impact of a mass media campaign to promote walking?, American Journal of Health Promotion, vol.26, 1, 2011,pp 45-48
2006Evaluating communitywide walking interventions.Bauman, Adrian; Chey, Tien; Cooper, Linda; Reger-Nash, Bill; Simon, Kenneth J.; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public HealthEvaluating communitywide walking interventions., Evaluation and Program Planning, vol.29,(3),2006,pp 251-259
2006Evaluation of mass media campaigns for physical activity.Bauman, Adrian; Smith, Benjamin; Maibach, Edward W.; Reger-Nash, Bill; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public HealthEvaluation of mass media campaigns for physical activity., Evaluation and Program Planning, vol.29,(3),2006,pp 312-322
2011Health benefits of cycling: a systematic reviewBauman, Adrian; de Geus, B.; Kohlberger, T.; Krenn, P.; Oja, Pekka; Reger-Nash, Bill; Titze, S.; School of Public Health: Public HealthHealth benefits of cycling: a systematic review, Scandinavian Journal Of Medicine & Science In Sports, vol.21, 4, 2011,pp 496-509
2010The importance of being parsimonious: reliability of a brief community walkability assessment instrumentBauman, Adrian; Abildso, Christian; Bias, Tom; Leyden, Kevin M.; Reger-Nash, Bill; School of Public Health: Public HealthThe importance of being parsimonious: reliability of a brief community walkability assessment instrument, Health and Place, vol.16, 4,pp 755-758
2015Motivated to walk but nowhere to walk to: Differential effect of a mass media campaign by mix of local destinationsBauman, Adrian; Abildso, Christian; Barnes, Rosanne; Giles-Corti, Billie; Knuiman, Matthew; Leyden, Kevin; Reger-Nash, Bill; Rosenberg, Michael; School of Public Health: Public HealthMotivated to walk but nowhere to walk to: Differential effect of a mass media campaign by mix of local destinations, Preventive Medicine Reports, vol.2, N/A, 2015,pp 403-405
2008Testing a hierarchy-of-effects model: pathways from awareness to outcomes in the VERB(tm) campaign 2002-2003Bauman, Adrian; Bowles, Heather; Smith, Benjamin; Heitzler, Carrie; Huhman, Marian; Owen, Neville; Reger-Nash, Bill; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public HealthTesting a hierarchy-of-effects model: pathways from awareness to outcomes in the VERB(tm) campaign 2002-2003, American Journal of Preventive Medicine, vol.34,(6S),2008,pp S249-S256
2010Testing the hierarchy of effects model: ParticipACTION's serial mass communication campaigns on physical activity in CanadaBauman, Adrian; Craig, Cora; Reger-Nash, Bill; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public HealthTesting the hierarchy of effects model: ParticipACTION's serial mass communication campaigns on physical activity in Canada, Health Promotion International, vol.25, 1, 2010,pp 14-23